This 1932 Ford V8 looks great clad in Emerald Green with an oak bed. '32 was the very first year of production for the Ford flathead V8 -- only about 700 engines were produced and even fewer made it into pickup trucks. The vast majority were powered by the L4 Model B engine. The 65-horsepower 21-stud V8 in this truck is believed to be the original engine. This example is mostly stock aside from a 12-volt electrical system upgrade and it maintains a correct unmolested look inside and out. It starts runs and drives well -- steering brakes clutch gearbox etc. all feel good. All gauges and lights are working. Tires are newer. The truck shows very well; sheet metal is straight and solid with no known rust issues on the cab fenders running board or frame. The spare tire carrier is original and very nicely preserved. The wood bed has been replaced at some point with oak; it looks great topside and underneath. Glass is good. Interior shows well. This truck was also recently used during the filming of the upcoming Ben Affleck film Live by Night which was shot in south Georgia (see photos of the truck dressed up as an rum and whiskey runner for the film). For more information about this rare V8-powered one-ton 1932 Ford and to schedule an appointment for viewing please call 404-692-5250 as this truck is not located in our showroom.